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May 19, 2014 Springtime in Mrs. Miller’s Iris Garden

Peruvian Connection’s headquarters is situated on a family farm, amid the rolling hills and lush woodlands of Eastern Kansas.  Here on Canaan Farm is where CEO, Annie Hurlbut, grew up, and co-founder, Biddy Hurlbut, gallivanted through her mother’s iris garden. … Continue reading

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April 9, 2014 A World Tour of Color and Inspiration with Kaffe Fassett

Kaffe Fassett, renowned designer and textile artist, has been a source of inspiration for handknitters, quilters, and needlework artists around the world for more than two decades.  PC has been honored to collaborate with Kaffe on limited edition knitwear designs, … Continue reading

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March 23, 2014 How the T-shirt got its stripes, and all things variegated

by PC designer, Karen The easiest way to update your wardrobe this season is with stripes. At Peruvian Connection, we love them all, from classic bi-color stripes to rich multicolored tones, and we even have textured stripes: the more the … Continue reading

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March 17, 2014 Finding Parisian Inspiration at Première Vision

by guest blogger, Julie Every year our wovens designers take to Paris, elbowing through the masses of likeminded creators entering the fabric mecca of Première Vision. The only tradeshow of its kind, Première Vision houses 740 of the top fabric … Continue reading

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January 30, 2014 Anticipating the Sun with Light and Color

Paradoxically when we are in the depths of winter with the mercury plummeting outside, designers are thinking about clothing for sun-drenched days. Trying to evoke this mood when the snow is a foot deep and you are wrapped in several layers of … Continue reading

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